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Don’t Make Resolutions

I don’t make resolutions, especially at the beginning of the year. You might ask why. Because it is a set-up for failure. And failure leads to self-loathing, which can lead to depression and take a toll on your self-esteem. Furthermore, most resolutions are unrealistic and unattainable to begin with. Now you may… Read More >>

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HOW TO BE THANKFUL WHEN YOU’RE NOT

Have you ever wondered how to be thankful when you’re not? It’s no easy task. With relationship problems, financial woes, workplace hardships, and difficult children, it’s no wonder we can’t always find something to be thankful for. Rather, it is easier to get stuck with negative thoughts and beliefs that everyone else… Read More >>

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HOW DATING HAS CHANGED

It’s interesting to look at how dating has changed over the years. Dating in this day and age is bizarre, if not almost surreal. Texting has taken over phone calls, dates are met online, and much of the excitement and anticipation that used to happen while dating is gone. When I was… Read More >>

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Problems in a Relationship: 7 Relationship Tips That You Can Use Today

Each day, someone will ask me, “Can you help me with my relationship?” Quite often, it is followed by, “My husband (or wife) won’t come to therapy.” I’m here to tell you it’s okay. Believe it or not, one person can affect far more change in a relationship than you might have… Read More >>

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What is a Normal Relationship?

What is a normal relationship? Most of us grow up believing that the relationship we see our parents have is what a “normal” relationship looks like. Even those who grow up in alcoholic and/or abusive households will believe this (for a while). After all, when you’re young, you don’t have much of… Read More >>

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Relationship Red Flags: 7 Warning Signs You Shouldn’t Ignore

Relationship red flags are all of those things that you know aren’t right about your partner or relationship, that in hindsight are always so clear, that you push away or choose to ignore. It’s those things that you say to yourself later, “I should have seen that coming” or “now it all… Read More >>

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